For perceptive people who share a passion for Peugeots, past and present.

Disclaimer:- The opinions expressed herein are not necessarily of the editorial staff, office bearers or members of the Peugeot Club of Queensland Inc. This website is continually changing and growing. As such, some areas may be unavailable or incomplete or even incorrect, but we will endeavour to have all things in order ASAP. If you do spot an error please don’t hesitate to contact the webmaster.

Peugeot Club of Queensland

© Peugeot Club of Queensland 2013.    Created with WebPlus X6      Hosted by DCSI    

Welcome to 2017 and the Peugeot Club of Queensland website.

Through this site you will be able to find contacts, club activities, a membership form, photos, Peugeots for sale and various useful links.

Our biggest event for some time will be the annual National Peugeot Pageant at Easter 2018.  Check out the Pageant page on this site for information about this event.

Thank you for visiting our site, we hope you find the visit interesting and it encourages you to come to at least one of the events this year. You will be most welcome.

The activities of the club are varied: they include social, sporting and technical events.

We welcome you to the online world of Peugeot in Queensland and look forward to the day we meet in real life.


Next General Meeting



14 DECEMBER  2017


Unit 5B, West End Corporate Park,

305 Montague Road,

West End,

Brisbane, QLD 4101

24 Hours of Lemons was run over Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd of September, this was the first real 24-hour race run at Queensland Raceway Willowbank, it started at 3 pm Friday and finished at 3 pm Saturday, raising lots of money for prostate cancer research.

For a car to be eligible it had to cost less than $999 and, with the exception of the fitting of a roll cage and race seat and safety equipment, all other improvements resulted in penalties, road legal tyres only are allowed.

 Both Peugeots finished the entire 24 hours.

The Peugeot 206 of Bonaparte's Retreat team came first and did 755 laps for a total distance of 2355.6 km at an average speed of 98.15 km/h, not bad for  $999 cars!

Twenty-seven cars finished out of approx 50 starters, with the Climb Dancers team in a Peugeot 405 Mi 16 in twenty-third position, having covered 581 laps.

That's 1812.72 km that the 405 covered for an average speed of 75.5 km/h.

For other news or new classifieds you can also check our Facebook and our other web site at Shannons.

NEW -  



This file is also on 2018 Pageant page, site map and plans of units added last week of October 2017


 The Classifieds  were updated

11 NOVEMBER 2017


ads and magazine articles delivered by 25th of the month for 2018 please